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Consent Comes First, Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education Team provides free, confidential, trauma-informed, healing-centred support to Toronto Metropolitan community members affected by sexual violence and other forms of gender-based violence. We create opportunities for people affected by violence to cultivate safety, healing and leadership on their own terms. Together with campus partners and the broader community, CCF provides education, programming and advocacy to foster a world free from gender-based violence.

Meet the Consent Comes First Team

Hi, my name is Farrah Khan (she/her), a settler, queer mixed-raced South Asian woman. I am the Manager of Consent Comes First. I support campus community members affected by sexual violence and gender-based violence, facilitate groups, lead education, campaigns and training in collaboration with community partners and provide expert advice regarding policy and procedures. I am a gender justice advocate who has spent two decades raising awareness about the intersections of gender-based violence and equity through education, counselling, policy and art creation.  Learn more about me

Get in touch with Farrah:

Email: farrah.khan@ryerson.ca

Phone: 416-979-5000 ext. 553596

Hi, I'm Jiaqing Wilson-Yang (she/her), a settler and mixed-race Chinese transwoman. I'm a Sexual Violence Specialist and I work with Faculty, Staff, and Students who have been affected by sexual and/or gender-based violence to get the supports they need to find justice and healing. I can work with you to support your academics, workplace life, manage the physical and emotional impacts of violence, and provide support throughout a reporting process if you choose to report. I also facilitate groups for survivors. Learn more about me.

Get in touch with Jiaqing:

Email: jqwy@ryerson.ca

Phone: 416-979-5000 ext 543469

Hi, my name is Anise Ebrahimian (she/her), a settler and Iranian woman. I am a Sexual Violence Specialist and Programming and Events Specialist at Consent Comes First (CCF). As a Sexual Violence Specialist, I work through a trauma-informed lens to support campus community members affected by sexual and/or gender-based violence. I can support you with your academics, workplace life, navigate the physical and emotional impacts of violence, and support you through the reporting process. As a Programming and Events Specialist, I collaboratively work with community partners/members to design and implement groups, educational resources, campaigns, and trainings which provide expert advice on addressing sexual violence and gender-based violence.

Get in touch with Anise 

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Hi, my name is Tiffany Wong (she/her), a settler and Chinese woman. I am a Sexual Violence Specialist at Consent Comes First (CCF). I work from a healing-centered and trauma-informed framework to support campus community members affected by sexual violence and gender-based violence. I work collaboratively with you to manage the impacts of trauma, coordinate academic considerations, and navigate resources on- and off-campus. I also provide support throughout the reporting process if you choose to report. I believe you have the right to safety and support. Please don’t hesitate to contact me; I look forward to connecting with you.

Get in touch with Tiffany

Email: tiffanyhl.wong@ryerson.ca

 

Office location

Consent Comes First: KHW-289

Address: 31 Gerrard Street East Kerr Hall West Building (KHW), Second floor, Toronto, ON M5B 2K3 

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Connect with us to stay up to date with Consent Comes First events, programming and campaigns. For media and communications requests, please contact Farrah Khan - farrah.khan@ryerson.ca